'Teen Mom' Kailyn Lowry Goes Off on Co-Stars for Talking Smack

Kailyn LowryKailyn Lowry is one of those reality stars who seems to try to deflect drama instead of courting it. Still, that hasn't stopped the Teen Mom 2 star from taking on her co-stars in a public rant this week. It seems Kailyn is sick and tired of all the scandal, and she would like it to stop right now.

She obviously has no control over the tabloids or the fans. So Kailyn is gunning for the people who can at least put a finger in the dyke: the other girls who star on Teen Mom. Just check out what she said on Twitter:


I wish the teen moms would stop writing Sulia links about the other girls on the show. If you're gona do Sulia write about another show!

Hear, hear, Kailyn! You tell 'em!

In case you're not familiar, Sulia is what's called a "subject-based social media" site. The site is like an aggregator of content from around the web on particular topics, and its Teen Mom section is especially hot. But that's thanks in part to some of the stars themselves, who have gotten jobs working for Sulia.

One of the most prolific? Jenelle Evans, who credits her work-at-home jobs, including Sulia, as evidence that she's turned her life around. Evans consistently re-tweets her co-stars' dirty laundry, a fact that hasn't exactly won her friends. She's engaged in public fights with everyone from Farrah Abraham to Maci Bookout's ex-boyfriend Ryan Edwards and his girlfriend Dalis Connell.

Kailyn kept it classy by not calling out Jenelle by name here, but it would certainly do the already troubled Evans some good if she listened to this warning. Perhaps she's heard the term you don't shit where you eat? That's exactly what she is doing, even as she complains about the scourge of the invasive tabloid reporting and the cyberbullies going after the Teen Moms

If these girls want to stop people from spreading gossip about them, the best place to start is right at home.

What do you think of Kailyn for taking on her co-stars like this?


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